Anusha Jayasiri

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This paper proposed a signature recognition method based on the fuzzy logic and genetic algorithm (GA) methodologies. It consists of two phases; the fuzzy inference system training using GA and the signature recognition. A sample of signatures is used to represent a particular person. The feature extraction process is followed by a selective preprocessing.(More)
Image haptization systems for 2D images and depth images with local deformation have been proposed, and from the experiments they have been proved effective in improvement of image contents perception and user interests. However, a comparison between the two kinds of systems has not been done. This paper compares the depth image haptization system with the(More)
A technique for designing optimized filters by optimizing filter parameters could be used for detecting QRS complexes in electrocardiogram has been discussed. This system includes three stages. A pre amplifier stage, an anti alias filter for filter out unwanted higher frequencies with cutoff frequency 50 Hz and a eighth order Butterworth band pass filter to(More)
Object identification in unknown environment when uncertain information is presented is a challenging research area. A sensory fusion technique where the image and distance information are fused to produce better results is discussed in this paper. Two types of low cost sensors used for collect the image and distance information. Distance information is(More)
In this paper we discussed how to incorporate haptic signals with a dynamic image sequence or other words a video to feel the motion of objects in it. Haptic technologies are being used in a wide range of application areas. However, the incorporation of haptic interface technology into a video media is still in its infancy. With the invention of digital(More)
There is a vast development and significant involvement of haptic interfaces in the world for virtual reality applications. In this paper, we introduce the research and development of desktop versions of friendly human interface called SPIDAR haptic interfaces on the Sato Makoto Laboratory in the Tokyo Institute of Technology. This haptic interface can be(More)
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